A Hat Shop in Harajuku that I Really Recommend

I wrote Harajuku is one of the coolest
districts in Japan. As far as I see it, Harajuku is the coolest. No. 1!
http://tokyo-direct-guide.com/mustsees/harajuku.html

La Forest Harajuku
People in costumes like dolls. Can you see them in this photo?
In the underground floors in LaForest Harajuku, there are costume shops. If you visit Harajuku, just browsing those floors is a must-do. (Some of those costume shops started costume-trial-and-photo services. Try it, if you like!)

 

I enjoyed exploring Harajuku‘s trendy shops, funny shops, and costume shops. They were so stimulating.
After strolling around there, I chose a knit hat at CA4LA (pronounce “ka-shi-la,” meaning “head” in
Japanese,) my favorite hatter in Omotesando Avenue.

CA4LA, a fashionable hat shop in Omotesando Avenue

The hats are all made-in-Japan, high-quality and fashionable.

Personally I like casual cloths, so this matches well. Of course, they have stylish ones for both of women and men.

It’s winter. It’s cold. When you want something warm, why not entering CA4LA?

CA4LA Omotesando
Opening Hours 11:00 – 20:00
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/OqFyuOne more story on the day.

It was weekend and the end of the year, so there were so many people in Takeshita Street and Omotesando Avenue.
My Nintendo 3DS was busy to invite company for StreetPass Mii Plaza. I met people from far prefectures in Japan, even some Americans and Aussies there. I hope they were happy with it, too.

I met guys from Georgia, the US, and from Queensland, Australia. Thanks a lot and have a good trip!
(And… anyone from Northern Territory of Australia?)
You see, Harajuku is a popular place for international people, too!

 

It was difficult to take brilliant photos
of Harajuku because of the sunlight and copy right problems, but I will manage
to make Tokyo Direct Guide better with them.My next or next next post will be about Asakusa’s cool thing that is interesting culturally.
Don’t miss it!




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